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NPR News: Your Favorite New Artists Of 2017 (So Far)

Your Favorite New Artists Of 2017 (So Far)
Women, guitar rock and New York dominate our listeners’ musical landscape in this year’s poll for 2017’s best new artists (so far).

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NPR News: Your Favorite New Artists Of 2017 (So Far)

Your Favorite New Artists Of 2017 (So Far)
Women, guitar rock and New York dominate our listeners’ musical landscape in this year’s poll for 2017’s best new artists (so far).

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NPR News: Hear Couch Slut's Mutant Noise-Rocker 'Company Picnic With Dust Off'

Hear Couch Slut’s Mutant Noise-Rocker ‘Company Picnic With Dust Off’
Noise-rock thrives on ugly. It is the parasitic, shape-shifting monster of music, and Couch Slut is here to explosively mutate into a creature from The Thing.

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NPR News: Steve Earle Returns To His Roots With 'So You Wannabe An Outlaw'

Steve Earle Returns To His Roots With ‘So You Wannabe An Outlaw’
Earle continues to follow in the footsteps of country legends like Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson, and pays homage to them on his new album.

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NPR News: Largest Active Wildfire In U.S. Blazes In Southern Utah

Largest Active Wildfire In U.S. Blazes In Southern Utah
At approximately 46,000 acres, or slightly larger than Washington, D.C., the Brian Head fire now the largest active wildfire in the U.S.

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NPR News: John McEnroe On Life, Tennis And Overcoming An 'Addiction' To Crossing The Line

John McEnroe On Life, Tennis And Overcoming An ‘Addiction’ To Crossing The Line
In his new book “But Seriously,” a more nuanced McEnroe emerges: a calmer, more introspective and at times sentimental version of his still-opinionated self.

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NPR News: California Says No To State Travel To Texas

California Says No To State Travel To Texas
Businesses and convention planners in Texas are just starting to get their heads around the California ban.

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